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Archiving emails as PDF from Microsoft Outlook

Learn how to archive emails by creating PDF files of PDF Portfolios from Microsoft Outlook.

By Janet Frick – July 22, 2008

 



In this tutorial, learn how to archive emails by creating PDF files of PDF Portfolios from Microsoft Outlook.


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Lori Kassuba

2, 2014-09-19 19, 2014

Hi Mike,

You can secure the individual PDFs in a Portfolio with a password but you’ll need to do this manually. Extract each one and then apply the password and save the file.

Thanks,
Lori

Mike Hara

9, 2014-09-18 18, 2014

Can I secure with a password each PDF file in a portfolio.  I am using Acrobat XI.

Lori Kassuba

9, 2013-11-14 14, 2013

Hi Jonathan Lougheed,

You could probably develop a .NAV file that has a similar layout but there isn’t a standalone one available at this point. Joel Geraci developed one called Tree with Preview that has the large preview pane and a listing of the files you might be interested in:
http://blog.practicalpdf.com/2013/03/tree-with-preview-pdf-portfolio-layout-available-now/

Thanks,
Lori

Jonathan Lougheed

5, 2013-11-12 12, 2013

Hi, I was wondering if I could create a Portfolio PDF similar to the one that Outlook creates using loose PDF files. When I try to create a Portfolio using loose files it gives me the options of Click-Through, Freeform, Grid, Linear and Wave, but I can’t figure out how to get it too look like the one created through Outlook. Is there a .NAV file somewhere that accomplishes this?

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